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Port Pendennis Marina
Challenger Quay
Falmouth. Cornwall
TR11 3YL

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VHF channel 80


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Overlooking and immediately adjoining the Marina is a public square surrounded by several restaurants and cafes and the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall.  This centrepiece development on Falmouth's historic waterfront reflects the town’s maritime heritage. The Museum building is eye catching and modern, housing a constantly changing series of exhibits.  

Just outside the marina gates is a great selection of interesting and diverse restaurants and pubs in the main shopping street of Falmouth. Falmouth's town centre contains many  specialist shops with great maritime charm. Laced with many notable and unusual listed buildings, the town has a reassuring warmth and contains a surprising range of facilities.

Within short walking distance are beaches, a 5 screen cinema,a leisure centre with pool, public gardens, Falmouth Art Gallery, Pendennis Castle and the railway station.

Falmouth is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is a seaside town and port and is reputedly the 3rd largest natural deep-water harbour in the world with the Fal Estuary offering 12 miles of navigable water, reaching as far inland as the cathedral city of Truro. Falmouth harbour and its tributaries are some of the most beautiful and tranquil waters in the country. Falmouth is fast developing its international reputation as one of the great sailing and watersports centres of the world and every year new accolades are added to its impressive list of international sailing events.

Nearby in St Austell is the Eden Project - giant biospheres housing one of the most comprehensive mediterranean and tropical plant collections. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are also a short drive away.

Also close by are the Tate Gallery (St Ives), Gweek Seal Sanctuary, Minack Open Air Theatre, St Michael's Mount, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, coastal footpaths, surf beaches, sub-tropical gardens and many family attractions.

Click here to visit Cornwall Tourist Board’s website

falmouth is in an area of outstanding natural beauty